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HolyButtons

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Hey everyone. Blogging late at night, as usual :redface: So, today I made a dermatologist appointment, after trying to battle my moderate acne for about 3 years. I know, it isn't severe, and it isn't a long time, but I've decided that, for my sake, I want to have a clear face.

As of late, I've tried everything. From AcneFree to Yogurt Masks, nothing has quite worked. The past 6 or so months my regimen has been clearing a lot of acne, so now I only have about 10 major spots. I tend to get breakouts along my chin and cheeks.

Right now my regimen is as follows:

Wash my face, in the shower with:

Neutrogena Oil-Free Acne Wash Pink Grapefruit Foaming Scrub

Cetaphil Gentile Skin Cleanser

At night, I wash my face with:

Neutrogena Fresh Foaming Cleanser (to remove make up)

Clean and Clear Continuous Control Acne Cleanser

Then I apply:

AcneFree Pimple Patch Activator and Spot Treatment (I don't use this a lot, as it's actually a zit zapping activator thingy, so it costs an arm and a leg

Clean and Clear Advantage Spot Treatment

Tretinoin Cream (0.025%)

*Also if need be, I apply Complex 15 moisturizer (most haven't heard of it, but my grandma has been using it over 50 years, I believe)

This helps a little bit, but makes my face quite dry (haha, can you ever guess why?) I hoping my dermatologist will give me an oral pill, because I hate the tons of gels/ creams I have to use D:

Welp, hopefully it goes all right. :D



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